The 1801 Grille sign was stolen, suspicious trash fires and more.
The city of Columbia looks forward to the homecoming of the women's basketball team fresh off of their national championship win.
The most recent incidents this week.
St. Patricks day weekend lived up to its hype and featured a higher than normal number of alcohol related incidents on campus.
Things you need to know on Thursday, March 16.
Crimes on campus continued even while students were gone for Spring Break.
Important things to know for Thursday, March 2.
A roads bill passes the house that would cost college students about $60 a year in gas taxes to raise funds towards fixing SC roadways.
I have determined that I will not be able to satisfy the Office of Government Ethics requirements without undue disruption and materially adverse divestment of my family's private financial interests." President Trump's nominee for secretary of the Navy, Philip Bilden said.
Drinking was the demise for two separate Patterson residents, a man stood in the road with a baseball bat and a man slept in a stairwell last week in crime at USC.
Sara Svendsen participates in USCDM, a charity that helped save her life.
Important things to know for Feb. 23, 2017.
Everything you need to know for Feb. 20, 2017.
A drunk student couldn't recall his birthday, a suspicious person was arrested in Greek Village, a CarolinaCard was stolen, USC and 650 Lincoln property was stolen and Bates House had a multitude of crimes.
A student threw up in the Green Quad stairwell, a trespasser fell asleep on a Russell House couch, a coyote got caught in a trap, an SG elections banner was stolen and a homeless man slept in the Capstone bathroom this week in crime at USC.
Elections Commissioner and Attorney General reflect on a semester with zero elections violations so far.
Important things to know for Monday.
Students and faculty gathered and spoke in opposition of the immigration ban and in support of those affected by it.
The most important things to know locally and across the country Thursday.
The highest ever number of candidates filed for election this year.
Students and health professionals discuss the increase in the number of flu cases this season.
Key things to know for Monday.
Green Quad was searched for drugs, a man stole protein bars from Barnes & Noble, a man had a backpack with essentials for beer pong and an intoxicated man was found banging his head in the elevator.
A prototype for a new statue of Richard T. Greener, USC's first African-American professor, was revealed at OMSA's kickoff event for Black History Month.
A fire on South Saluda Ave. killed one woman Sunday night.
Top stories to know both locally and globally.
S.C. senators passed a proposal last week that aims to curb the increasing number of moped deaths.
Participants addressed state officials and the new governor on Carolina Day to support higher education funding legislation.
National need-to-know news for today.
"This Week in South Carolina," hosted by Dean Charles Bierbauer, will feature a conversation about the state's legislature, appearances from prominent guests like Nikki Haley and collaboration between ETV and journalism students in the Greenhouse Studios.
"This is extremely rare for our area, especially in January," said John Quagliariello of the National Weather Service about tornado watches for parts of SC.
Students and former White House correspondent react to the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
Governor Nikki Haley recognizes service of SC residents in her State of the State Address and highlights the moments she'll never forget.
A preview of the initiatives Student Government will be working toward this semester.
South Carolina experienced freezing temperatures as well as snow this past weekend that compromised travel plans for many students coming back from winter break.
Look back on Student Government's biggest moves of the semester and learn about their plans for the spring.
Kanye West canceled his show at Colonial Life Arena, an armed robbery was reported at California Dreaming and two teens were accused of throwing rocks at the highway.
A student reported a rape at Winthrop University, a statewide ban has been issued on types of outdoor burning and Connor Shaw had a son.
Gov. Nikki Haley met with President-Elect Donald Trump, a man was arrested for reporting bombs at the White House and Charleston and the death of a local doctor remains under investigation.
A pair of USC students made national headlines for their engagement photos shot in the same classroom they met in.
Residents are encouraged to stay inside as air quality in parts of the Midlands have reached code red, three local Bi-Los are being converted to Harveys and a man sprayed AXE body spray in his mouth during a DUI stop.
Developers announced a $10 million dollar project to build boutique-style hotel in downtown Columbia, a local church held a service aimed at healing as a result of the divisive election and the super moon lit up the Columbia sky Monday night.
The Beaufort County Black Chamber of Commerce was gutted in a fire that police are still investigating, police are looking into a possible murder suicide and a man fled a fatal hit-and-run in a stolen car.
A Trump protest has been planned for the Statehouse grounds, a man died after being struck by an acquaintance and a plane made an emergency landing on a highway.
The Governor threatens to remove all seven recreation board members, Columbia College will lower tuition prices and a man is charged for exposing himself at a local Starbucks.
Carolinian Creed and Diversity Week works towards educating students on campus values.
A man reported being robbed and shot by two masked individuals, Sen. Tim Scott won a full term in the US Senate and Sen. LIndsey Graham did not vote for fellow Republican Donald Trump.
Deputies arrested a Lexington County councilman for damage to his father-in-law's car, a man is charged for the accidental shooting of himself and two daughters and Kohlepp's death count continues to rise with a third body being found on his property.
A marine recruit died at Parris Island, wild hogs are being killed at Congaree National Park and a Lexington-Richland District 5 write-in candidate is running against the long time incumbent.
Prisoners around the state were charged for operating and managing a drug ring, a gas leak led to evacuations and an undercover Sumter operation arrest two men for illegal drug activity.
A pedestrian hit in downtown Columbia has died, a missing woman was found held captive and chained like a dog and a man was arrested in connection with a shooting.
The effects of upcoming housing plans on parking have some students concerned, though university officials say the effects will be mitigated.
Retiring SC senator is being fined for campaign violations, an earthquake shook parts of the coast and an agreement has been announced to clean up radioactive waste at the Savannah River Site.
At least several workers were injured in a gas pipeline explosion, absentee voting is up from previous general elections, and a former U.S. Attorney for South Carolina signs a letter criticizing FBI.
Student senate voted to pass a referendum that would add a new executive position, speaker of the student senate.
Patricia Moore Pastides returned to the Healthy Carolina Farmers Market to demonstrate how to make a Mediterranean dish as part of a healthy diet.
Student Health Services began its series of flu vaccines clinics to encourage students, faculty and staff to protect themselves from the virus.
The Welcome Table SC initiative will encourage dialogue about race relations and work toward reconciliation.
The popular rapper, Waka Flocka, performed at the Music Farm Thursday night.
The buildings surrounding USC's Horseshoe hold much of the rich history of the university.
Ernest F. Hollings Special Collections library will recognize one of the most celebrated writers in Southern literature, William Faulkner, with a new exhibit thanks to rare donations.
Student Government's last meeting of the semester focused on student budget increases in Greek life, Parks' administrative initiatives and the timely re-nomination of an empty cabinet positions.
Raymond Clemens used his research into medieval manuscripts to discuss the importance and identity of renowned playwright William Shakespeare.
Former South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier and the University of Tennessee community put aside their differences at UT's spring game as Spurrier was honored on the field.
The Office of Undergraduate Research is celebrating 10 years of Magellan programs with an interactive scavenger hunt for students.
Omega Phi Alpha held a kickball tournament to raise money for Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands.
Among all the usual festivities, Carolina Cup attendees saw one big surprise: A wedding.
Veronika Scott, an entrepreneur who started The Empowerment Plan that assists homeless individuals in getting jobs and provides coats that work as sleeping bags, discussed her challenges and accomplishments with students for Women's History Month.
A longtime fixture in South Carolina Athletics Department, Harold White will return to campus on Wednesday to discuss his historic career with current students.
Student senate passed a variety of legislation at Wednesday's meeting, the second of the term, and Student Body President Michael Parks announced that the DUI charges against him from January have been dropped.
The life and works of Pat Conroy, a beloved South Carolina author who died recently, have been chronicled into an exhibit that can be viewed in the Special Collections in Hollings Library.
Student Body President runoff election candidate Michael Parks plans to address off campus housing search, sexual harassment on campus, entertainment for students, game day experience and the House of Delegates if elected.
Student body president runoff candidate Trey Byars wishes to help students save money on parking tickets, maintain communication with board of trustees and encourage student engagement.
A community forum on Tuesday will feature presentations and an open discussion on discipline and the enforcement of laws in public schools.
An intersection is set to be renamed after a fallen officer, the Midlands is going to receive $157 million for flood recovery and a Richland councilman was charged with a DUI.
A USC student, along with two student groups, has filed a lawsuit against USC for punishing students for protected speech.
North Carolina man charged after deputies found meth in his rectum. Teens in Rock Hill were charged in BB gun puppy shooting. Eleventh Circuit Solicitor has been arrested for DUI.
Senator Marco Rubio was joined by Governor Nikki Haley and winningest Gamecock quarterback of all time, Connor Shaw, for a town hall in Chapin on Wednesday night.
Sen. Ted Cruz talked military and veteran issues at a Columbia rally on Tuesday.
Student body treasurer candidate Stinson Rogers discussed his experience, his platform and his inspiration.
Sen. Tim Kaine will speak on behalf of Hillary Clinton's campaign, Bernie Sanders will visit Russell House Theater and Ted Cruz will hold a rally in Columbia.
Marco Rubio visits Columbia for town hall.
Engineers Without Borders is an organization at USC working locally and internationally on projects to provide real-life experiences for students.
This week in brief: The Gamecock women's basketball team lost to UConn, Carly Fiorina suspended her campaign, Marco Rubio campaigned at a town hall in Columbia and Richland County Councilman Kelvin Washington was put on probation.
Today in brief: Two Sumter residents have been charged in connection with injuries, including broken and fractured bones, sustained by their 9-week-old child. Columbia adult store, Taboo, is changing ways in which it is run in order to stay open and avoid penalties. Troopers are still looking for a tractor-trailer believed to have been involved in a hit-and-run that left one dead and one injured.
Olympic figure skater Michelle Kwan advocated for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign at the College Democrats' "Fighting for Us" forum on Thursday night. Kwan and many others support Clinton for her belief in empowerment of all American people.
Student senate is considering the addition of a fourth executive position for Student Government: speaker for the student senate.
Russell House Theater was alive Wednesday night at a town hall meeting led by Dr. Cornel West.
The USC Student Senate held their 107th weekly meeting on Wednesday night.
Clemson-Carolina Rivalry week kicked off this Monday with the 31st annual Carolina Clemson Blood Drive as well as the CarolinaCan Food Drive.
After going strong for the last decade, Healthy Carolina celebrated 10 years of the healthy campus initiative Monday night at the Darla Moore School of Business.
Last week was historical for the University of South Carolina.
For the moment, no new building will threaten to on the historic Horseshoe.
Due to a growing number of poor reviews and complaints from residents, the Hub at Carolina has lost considerable credibility.
A classmate could very well be the one to help students who need a hand with their writing.
Recruitment has been suspended for 13 of the 19 fraternities according to the University of South Carolina Interfraternity Council.
The Russell House Ballroom was standing room only Thursday as hundreds students filed in to listen to Republican presidential candidate and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio give a Town Hall meeting.
Many students regularly frequent Beezer's, the popular sub shop on Sumter Street that delivers and stays open late. Soon, customers can also extend their business next door at Sugar Bear's Original Frozen Custard.
After a long hot day of running around campus, many first-year students took part in the First Day of Classes Cookout Crawl.
Music could be heard from the Russell House Ballroom on Monday afternoon for the Carolina Productions' most recent daytime event: laser tag.
March is Women’s History month, and as a part of the calendar of events hosted by the Leadership and Service center, a student spotlight was held Monday night featuring University of South Carolina Student Body President, Lindsay Richardson.
Students were invited to come to the horseshoe on Feb. 24 at 10:45 a.m. for “Coffee Talk on the 'Shoe,” an event funded by the Office of Student Affairs and Vice Provost.
Healthy Carolina held the “Our Heart Has No Limits” heart expo on Thursday in the Russell House.
The 12th annual Carolina Day brought faculty, students and alumni together to lobby at the Statehouse Wednesday morning for higher education funding.
Last semester after the controversial Ferguson decision, some student leaders unified under the opinion that they did not want things to the way they are now.
The Office of Leadership and Service Center is celebrating the life of Martin Luther King Jr. through the MLK Days of Service and event series.
A group met at Zion Baptist Church Saturday morning to walk. They walked through downtown Columbia to the Statehouse. They walked to raise awareness. They walked for peace.
The Global Café, the newest addition to Carolina Dining is now open and located on the second floor of the new Darla Moore School of Business.
College students are typically vulnerable to contagious diseases such as the flu, but students have even more to worry about with Ebola.
Alternative fall break provides a way to give back